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Overview


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Overview


Kent Creative

advancement communications & MEDIA PRODUCTION for Nonprofits 

Call: 615-262-9036

 

Kent Creative is a boutique agency in Nashville, Tennessee specializing in development communications and media production for nonprofit organizations. We depict complex issues in science and society with clarity and precision. We document the drama of patient or client stories with emotion, authenticity and dignity. And we help nonprofits frame messages that get results. 

We create. Case statements. Major gift proposals. Annual Reports. Promotional brochures. T.V. commercials. Event videos.  

Founded in 2001, Kent Creative has worked with more than 70 nonprofit organizations, large and small. Our client list includes the nation's top cancer center, film school, and hospital (M.D. Anderson, USC School of Cinematic Arts, Mass General); celebrity charities (The Dan Marino Foundation, Els for Autism); Ivies (Harvard Medical School, Weil Cornell Medical College); and a diverse group of community-based nonprofit organizations. 

 

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Happening Now At kent creative 

Partnering with USC's Institute for Creative Technologies on the Conversations with History and Heroes project (Los Angeles, CA)

Writing a feature article for Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston, MA)

Producing an event video for Els for Autism Foundation (Jupiter, FL)

Producing a 25 Year Anniversary video for The Dan Marino Foundation  (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)

Providing ongoing campaign communications support to Mass. Eye and Ear (Boston, MA)

Creating a story bank for Gilda's Club Middle Tennessee (Nashville, TN)

Producing a PSA for the Williams Syndrome Association NASCAR promo (Troy, MI)

Partnering with Vision Philanthropy Group to create fundraising brochure for Williamson Medical Center (Franklin, TN)

Partnering with Vision Philanthropy Group on case statement for Brightstone (Franklin, TN)

 
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Our Story


Our own story

Our Story


Our own story

Jon Kent

Jon Kent

Founded in 2001, Kent Creative was one of the first creative agencies in the country serving the nonprofit sector. Feeling that the nonprofits had unique communications needs not properly understood by advertising agencies or PR firms, Jon Kent created the agency to fill a void in the professional marketplace. At that time, Jon was already a 12-year veteran of the nonprofit sector and had risen up the ranks in fundraising and communications at the American Cancer Society and Vanderbilt University Medical Center, respectively. Now in it's 15th year, Kent Creative has been the chosen storytellers for more than 60 nonprofit organizations nationwide.The agency has landed 64 "Addy Awards" from the American Advertising Federation, national gold medals from CASE, multiple      Telly Awards and other professional honors. 

 

 

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Clients and testimonials 

Stats


Clients and testimonials 

Clients:  

Academic Medicine & Research | Mass. Eye and Ear (Harvard Teaching Hospital) |Weill Cornell Medical College | The Aspen Cancer Conference |The Centerstone Research Institute |The La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology |Massachusetts General Hospital | M.D. Anderson Cancer Center | National Jewish Health |Case Western School of Medicine |The University of Tennessee Health Sciences |USC Institute for Creative Technologies |USC Keck School of Medicine |Vanderbilt University Medical Center |Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center |Vanderbilt University Department of Medicine |Vanderbilt Institute for Imaging Sciences

Hospitals & Health |Centerstone |Gilda's Club Middle Tennessee |Hasbro Children's Hospital | Lake Forest Hospital |Massachusetts General Hospital| The Myriam Hospital |Williamson Medical Center (with Vision Philanthropy Group)

Developmental Disabilities|The ARC of Middle Tennessee |The Lili Claire Foundation |The Autistic Self-Advocacy Network |The Autism Society | Brilliant Minds | Brightstone (with Vision Philanthropy Group) |Els For Autism |The Center for Autism & Related Disabilities (University of Miami) |The Disability Law Advocacy Center |The Dan Marino Foundation | The Disability Independence Group |The Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee |Marino Campus |The TN Council on Developmental Disabilities |The Williams Syndrome Association

Education | Father Ryan High School |Cornell College |USC School of Cinematic Arts |Vanderbilt University School of Medicine |Lake Forest College |Loras College | MTSU |Rhodes College |East Academy | The Nashville Public School Alliance |The Nashville Learning Group |The Nantucket Learning Group | Rhodes College

Arts & Civic Organizations | Actor's Bridge Ensemble | The Greater New Orleans Foundation |The Nashville Entrepreneur Center |The Nashville Public Library Foundation | The Tennessee Justice Center |Land Trust of Tennessee |Mother to Mother |The Nashville Reparatory Theatre |Students Taking A Right Stand |Bright Horizons Family Foundation | Stand for Children.

 
“Kent Creative’s greatest strength is no simply that they always produce excellent, top quality creative materials. Beyond that, their real forte is the ability to grasp complex problems in biomedical research, to capture the value and excitement of science, and to translate information in ways that inspires others to support it.” — Ray Dubois, MD/PHD Executive Director, Biodesign Institute of Arizona State
“Kent Creative has an innate sense for capturing the essence of a nonprofit. I don’t have to go over things with them step by step, and that saves valuable time and critical resources.”— Mary Partin, C.E.O. The Dan Marino Foundation
“I’ve had a great relationship with Kent Creative for the past twelve years. I continue to be impressed with their ability to develop absolutely outstanding print and video materials, while at the same time offering the crucial development communications strategies and fundraising counsel that you don’t find at other firms. ”— Pam Gerard, Vice President for Alumni and College Advancement, Cornell College
 

Video testimonial from National Academy of Sciences member, Pat Levitt, Ph.D.